Adding a Location Module

April 5th, 2012
Creating a location is a two step process. The first step is to add a location to to the page.

STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS »

 

1.

Log into the CMS and click View Site

2.

Navigate to the page you would like to add the module

 

 

3.

Click Edit Content

4.

Click the Location tab

5.

Choose your location from the drop down menu

If your location is not listed in the drop down menu, choose Add New Location

a. Insert you information in the fields provided.

*Make sure you follow the rules for adding location information:

Remove any apostrophes, so that “St Fred’s Rd” matches “St Freds Rd”.

Replace any other punctuation with spaces, since the geocoder ignores punctuation except when separating words (e.g. “Ave” not “Ave.”)

Include the floor or room number in the second Address field

b. Click Save Changes.

6.

 

Now that your location is inserted in the location field, click the Basics tab

7.

Click Publish Changes

8.

Click View This Page

By default, the module should automatically populate in the right rail.

If you would like to edit the location module, or if is has not populated automatically in the rail:

 Step Two

 

1.

Click Edit Modules

2.

On the right side of the window there is a box with three drop down menu sets: Left Sidebar Modules, Content Area Modules, and Right Side Modules. The modules available in each category dictate where they can go in the layout.

 

*Left Sidebar modules cannot be placed into the Right Side, Right Side modules cannot be placed into the Left, etc.

 

3.

According to which side you want to add the module, highlight the corresponding drop down. In this case, I will add the Location module on the Left Side.

4.

Drag the Location module from the Left Sidebar Modules drown over to the Left Side area, highlighted in green. The Module should stick into the Left Side field confirming you have added ti correctly.

 

* Modules can also be shuffled in the column, so you can stack them how you wish.

 

5.

Click Apply Changes

6.

Wait until the blue confirmation window appears, showing the module layout has been saved as a draft.

 

 

7.

Click Edit Page Content

8.

In the Basics tab, click Publish Changes at the bottom of the page.

9.

Click View This Page

10.

Voila. You are done!